Ocean Spray—the company you probably only think about when buying mixers for summer drinks—is taking a lot of heat after journalists pointed out the company funded a bogus study that found drinking cranberry juice could significantly reduce UTI symptoms. The brand isn't the first (and definitely won't be the last) to fund research intended to show its product is healthy to boost sales.

The food editor at Mic shows just how pervasive this practice is by funded by the very companies whose products are being tested.

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